Sdk?

natalie

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i haven't been on the site in a while or keeping up with the iPhone (too busy with work, etc.)... what the hell does that stand for? lol
 

Griffinaz

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Software Development Kit. It is a kit released by Apple to software creators so that they have the foundation to create software for sale through iTunes for the iPhone users to purchase and install through iTunes.
 

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i haven't been on the site in a while or keeping up with the iPhone (too busy with work, etc.)... what the hell does that stand for? lol
SDK = Software Developer's Kit

In other words, Apple is going to be providing SDK to software developers, that will allow them to create their applications, allowing those applications to work on the iPhone, pending Apple's approval of course. For the most part, if not entirely (I believe) these applications will appear on iTunes for a price. I am expecting that many of these applications will be applications that are already available to the jailbreak community for free.

EDIT: Ooops..sorry Griffinaz. I must have been editing while you were posting
 

IphoneTony

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we thought it would be out yesterday but we got a handful of nothing. Its ok it will come
 

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i haven't been on the site in a while or keeping up with the iPhone (too busy with work, etc.)... what the hell does that stand for? lol
As a general rule, one should search for their own answers before posting questions in the forum. I gladly welcome questions for everyone to help each other out, but a simple google search would have answered your question, AND THEN SOME, within 20 seconds. So for your benefit, our benefit, let's adhere to this simple principle.
 

Bone

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odly enough the 6th is a thursday..........
 

natalie

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As a general rule, one should search for their own answers before posting questions in the forum. I gladly welcome questions for everyone to help each other out, but a simple google search would have answered your question, AND THEN SOME, within 20 seconds. So for your benefit, our benefit, let's adhere to this simple principle.
i did do a search, all i could find was people talking about sdk... couldnt find what it was